BONSALL — The Stream, a San Diego-based not-for-profit spiritual community, will throw open the doors to Streamhaven, its spiritual center and sanctuary, on Sunday, November 22, from 1 to 4 p.m.
All are invited, including out-of-town guests who can watch the event as it is Web cast online (check http://www.thestream.org for updates on the Web cast).
The open house will give the community an opportunity to enjoy the astounding beauty and serenity of the Streamhaven nature sanctuary, as well as to enjoy a rich program of events that include a talk by Beth Green, Stream founder and spiritual teacher, on “How We Are Blessed by Reality.”
Guests will also be able to have a tour of the grounds and participate in singing, laughter, healthy refreshments and a good time.
Visitors will also have a chance to meet people in The Stream, the community that has put into practice the Living with Reality program that has helped hundreds of people live a better life.
“We often feel that reality is a bad thing, and we do our best to avoid it, ignore it or pretend it doesn’t exist,” says Green. “But if we are honest, we have to admit that the cost of denial and delusion is enormous. Reality is not the enemy; it’s our attitude to it that gets us in trouble.
“If we could start practicing greater awareness and honesty with each other, if we could start to take advantage of all the help available to us from other humans and the divine, we would discover that there is a way to live with reality in a state of relaxation and peace.
“Join us at our upcoming open house. Let’s open our hearts to one another and feel the blessing of what is here for us all.”
The event is free of charge. The Stream is a nonprofit educational corporation, a spiritual community and a teaching organization.
To RSVP and for directions, call Rose Evans at (760) 822-3272. Learn more at http://www.thestream.org.